of participants reported an increase in their social connections and community connections
of participants reported an increase in access to nutritious food and basic needs support
of participants report gaining new strategies to manage stress and help with their mental wellness
of participants have set personal goals and reached them through our skill development program
of families report having improved relationships with their children
of families report a growth in their child(ren)s social skills and independence
On average, annually the centre provides support to 400 different adults and 150 different children/youth under 19.
60% OF FAMILIES ARE NEWCOMMERS
30% OF PARTICIPANTS WERE OVER AGE 55
The FRC is one of the 25 Family Resource Programs across Nova Scotia. Check out the Nova Scotia Association of Family Resource Programs Sector report for 2021. The report highlights the outcomes and positive impact FRCs have on the lives of Nova Scotians.
CAPC is one of our funding partners which enables the Centre to run specific programming under their set guidelines for the community. Below are CAPC highlights for the 2019-2020 year.